18/09/2019
The Human Resources Strategy for Researchers

15 PhD Positions in EU Horizon 2020 MSCA-ITN project MoSaiQC: Modular Systems for advanced integrated Quantum Clocks


  • ORGANISATION/COMPANY
    University of Amsterdam
  • RESEARCH FIELD
    Physics
  • RESEARCHER PROFILE
    First Stage Researcher (R1)
  • APPLICATION DEADLINE
    31/12/2020 23:00 - Europe/Brussels
  • LOCATION
    Multiple locations, see work locations below.
  • TYPE OF CONTRACT
    Temporary
  • JOB STATUS
    Full-time
  • HOURS PER WEEK
    38
  • EU RESEARCH FRAMEWORK PROGRAMME
    H2020

The Innovative Training Network MoSaiQC has 15 open positions for PhD students, here called Early Stage Researchers (ESR). In all positions you will work in leading research groups and industry laboratories on projects at the forefront of a flourishing research field. You will address topics that range from fundamental insights (superradiant lasing, driven-dissipative or long-range interacting quantum systems, cavity QED,...) over crucial breakthroughs (continuous superradiant lasing, accurate frequency standards) to practical solutions (integrated optical clock). The starting point of your ESR project is the development of a module for advanced optical clocks, such as a better laser system, a new atomic source, a modelling tool, etc. (see names of ESR projects below). These modules will be developed by you within a team and then used by you to perform cutting edge research, e.g. developing superradiant or integrated clocks, or understanding the foundations of optical clocks. In this way you will have the chance to make essential contributions to topics that have repercussions ranging from fundamental physics, over astronomy, geology to navigation and cm precision positioning in future 5G cellphone networks. In all positions you will acquire deep knowledge over ultracold quantum gases, optical clocks, precision measurement, quantum many-body physics. While working on the experimental positions you will acquire skills that are useful anywhere in our technological world, such as laser, optics, vacuum technology, electronics, software, data analysis, etc. Working in the theoretical positions you will extend your analytical and numerical toolbox. You will be embedded in a lively network of physicists brimming with ideas and will have half-year stays and visits to other MoSaiQC partners, giving you the opportunity to learn about and contribute to different aspects of clocks and to experience different European cultures. MoSaiQC will assure optimal training through training events, such as a summer school and other network events.​

 

Available projects

ESR1 - Compact atomic sources and beams for steady-state superradiant lasers - University of Amsterdam, NL

ESR2 - Precision laser stabilization and locking - University of Amsterdam, NL

ESR3 - High finesse cavities for strong atom-light interaction - University of Amsterdam, NL

ESR4 - Advanced lightweight and compact atomics chamber with integrated computer control module - University of Birmingham, UK

ESR5 - System modelling towards ruggedized, portable quantum clocks - University of Birmingham, UK

ESR6 - High spectral purity and very low frequency noise - Toptica, DE

ESR7 - Autonomous frequency stabilisations in a superradiant clock - Nicolaus Copernicus University, PL

ESR8 - Moving from a superradiant laser to a frequency standard - Nicolaus Copernicus University, PL

ESR9 - Ultra stable clock laser system for studies of superradiant clock on a kHz wide transition - University of Copenhagen, DK

ESR10 - Automated superradiant clock on a kHz wide transition - University of Copenhagen, DK

ESR11 - Quantitative modelling of superradiant laser - TU Wien, AT

ESR12 - Optical forces and dipole-dipole interaction in a superradiant optical clock - University of Innsbruck, AT

ESR13 - Implementation of optical clock on telecom network - British Telecom, UK

ESR14 - Integrated physics package - Teledyne e2v, UK

ESR15 - Single frequency fiber laser for novel laser cooling - NKT Photonics, DK

     

    For more information and details on the project descriptions, please visit www.mosaiqc.eu

    Web site for additional job details

    Offer Requirements

    Skills/Qualifications

    Requirements for all positions

    • The applicant has to have finished a master degree within the last 4 years prior to recruitment and have not yet been awarded a doctoral degree.
    • Candidates must not have lived in or carried out their main activity (work or study) in the hosting country for more than 12 months in the 3 years immediately prior to their recruitment start date.
    • Starting date: before October 2020.
    • For the experimental PhD positions it is highly beneficial if the master thesis has been done in experimental atomic, molecular or optical physics.

    Map Information

    Work location(s)
    5 position(s) available at
    University of Amsterdam
    Netherlands
    Amsterdam
    2 position(s) available at
    University of Birmingham
    United Kingdom
    Birmingham
    1 position(s) available at
    Toptica
    Germany
    Munich
    2 position(s) available at
    Nicolaus Copernicus University
    Poland
    Torun
    2 position(s) available at
    University of Copenhagen
    Denmark
    Copenhagen
    1 position(s) available at
    TU Wien
    Austria
    Vienna
    1 position(s) available at
    University of Innsbruck
    Austria
    Innsbruck
    1 position(s) available at
    British Telecom
    United Kingdom
    unknown
    1 position(s) available at
    Teledyne e2v
    United Kingdom
    unknown
    1 position(s) available at
    NKT Photonics1
    Denmark
    Copenhagen

    EURAXESS offer ID: 446990

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